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into a driveway near detroit in a new search for jimmy hoffa's body. we kick off an attempt for a world record in our studio. ullups ark for most pe and a 24 hour period. and the 12-year-old who got his first kiss from kerry underwood -- carrie underwent when we get started on friday morning. >> 6:51. 67 degrees at the airport. coming up, we'll look at your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> we'll take a last look at weather and traffic together before you head out to start your day. number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean one hundred ninety nine million a year... for schools...gaming revenue that would have... gone to other states. and independent audits will guarantee the money... goes where it's supposed to. krystal conwell: i think people should vote for question... seven because i think it will be a great benefit to children. >> time to get to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >>
. they had a tip it might be the final resting place of former teamsters boss, jimmy hoffa. he disappeared in 1975. the soil extracted from the driveway today will be examined for human composition results. and could be available next week. >>> there's a huge buzz online about abc's brian ross and his investigation into theft by tsa agents. brian and his team checked bags with ipads and cash. and left ipads behind at tsa checkpoints at ten major airports. all the checked luggage made it safely. and nine out of ten forgotten ipads were returned. but in orlando, the ipad was last seen in the hands of tsa officer andy ramirez, and then tracked to his home 30 miles away. >> reporter: brian ross from abc news. when we went to reclaim the ipad two weeks later, ramirez, at first, denied having it. did you take it? >> no, sir. >> reporter: but shortly after, we activated an audio alarm on the missing ipad, ramirez produced it. with his tsa uniform now off, he blamed his wife for taking it. >> ramirez has been fired. he's just 1 of 381 tsa officers who have lost their jobs for theft. 11 this year a
for the body of jimmy hoffa. could they find him? we'll have details straight ahead. >>> good morning. topping america's money, cyber attacks on u.s. banks, the website for some of the country's biggest banks are under what's called denial of service attacks where heckers launch a barrage of traffic, overwhelming the site. a group from the middle east is believed to be responsible. oil prices are up after israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu issued a stern warning about iran's oil program. with oil heading downward, gas prices could be falling, but that could change now. and the nation's four large rental companies are agreeing they won't give customers cars that have been recalled but not fixed. the companies also say they will support legislation to legally enforce the promise. usually warm weather caused trees to ploom earlier than usual, then a freeze damaged crops. that's america's money, i'm sunni houston.
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what's going on. >>> investigators came up empty today in their quest to close the case of jimmy hoffa's disappearance. detectives dug around the house in the detroit area this morning but found no evidence of human remains. a witness says he saw a body buried at that location 35 years ago, the same night the teamsters boss disappeared. >>> remember the nfl's bounty gate scandal? now a kids league is facing similar allegations. >> coaches for a pop warner football team in orange county, california are accused of offering 10 and 11-year-old players cash in exchange for knocking opponents out of games. tonight the league president and head coach of the peewee red cobras were suspended, but the head coach insists the claims are nonsense. >> did you ever suggest or pay for a player to hurt a player on another team? >> absolutely not. i think that they're trumped up charges. i think john sinelli made up these charges in his head and wrote them on paper and submitted them i believe to national pop warner. nothing like that ever happened on my team. >> i've been a team mom for him for two of
? that is where they think gym knee hoffa's body may be buried, 35 years later they are digging for soil samples underneath this drive way when these things come up they check it out. there was a person who said now that they think they saw someone then being buried under that driveway. so out everybody comes, they check the soil samples and all of this happens with the backdrop of folks saying, they don't really think the timeline adds up on this one. we will keep you posted. that is the scene in roseville, michigan today. bill: digging up homes again. new fallout from the attack on the consulate in benghazi. the u.s. now temporarily pulling out more staff members from it's embassy from the capitol city of tripoli saying they are leaving for security reasons. the obama administration is putting out tkaulg versions of the assault. last week secretary of state hillary clinton calling it a spontaneous outburst of violence. >> the office of the director of national intelligence has said we had no actionable intelligence that an attack on our post in benghazi was planned or imminent. bill: fast forw
because they think jimmy hoffa -- >> what? >> yes. collecting soil samples under the driveway of a house, they started in roseville, michigan, and an informant claims he saw a body buried there around the time jimmy hoffa disappeared july 30th, 1975. i always look when i go to a giants game or a jets game i think he's somewhere -- >> on one of the end zones. >> on one of the end zones or in a parking lot. >> wow. >> bringing us the real news. >> ground penetrating radar indicates something about two feet below the driveway. the soil samples will be sent to michigan state university to see if human remains are found. >> where did they get the tip, though? >> they did get a tip from someone that a body had been buried. but this guy has been missing for -- were you even born in 1975? >> i was not. >> not even born. >> not even born. >> not on the planet. >> i've heard the stories, i've seen lots of things but i was not around. >> all right. well, you want to see some other news? you want to see the wall green news is what you're interested in? >> tell me about it. >> quarter 30 profits 63 c
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